I'm liking that utility belt piece.
Anyways, I hope that it has some original characters. Especially original villains. And that it won't remove the charm of the LEGO Movie.
William Osborne wrote:
Looks brilliant. It doesn't matter that it's not actually a brickfilm when it's animated so well and faithfully copying every detail of a brickfilm to it, very much like the Lego Movie (which when I first saw it, I thought it was real). I'm not as much of a fan of those cheaper looking straight to DVD cgi Lego films of the past, apart from Clutch Powers, which I found really entertaining.
A bit rude to disregard CG animation as "non-brickfilms". For the definition of brickfilm goes:
"A Brickfilm is a film made using LEGO bricks, or other similar plastic construction toys. They are usually created with stop motion animation though CGI, traditional animation, and live action films featuring plastic construction toys (or representations of them) are also usually considered brickfilms."
Even Clutch Powers, not in a stop motion style, is a brickfilm.
I hope this movie will feature some unique sets and vehicles because currently, there's already enough batmobiles, batbikes, and bat-gadgets out on shelves.
One thing I speculate, is whether or not they'll break the fourth wall of reality like The LEGO movie.
Youtubemy dad doesn't want me to brickfilm on because it's his computer, but he's not home right now at the moment.